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    Hi Folks,
    Was shopping for the Puig wind deflector (part # 6319W) 25cm x 10cm clear and found it for $115 (shipped); thought will pass on.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=puig...tbm=shop&spd=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by eda1NC700x View Post
    Hi Folks,
    Was shopping for the Puig wind deflector (part # 6319W) 25cm x 10cm clear and found it for $115 (shipped); thought will pass on.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=puig...tbm=shop&spd=0
    That is a good deal. I paid $127 and shipping.

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    This is my update to the puig wind deflector, i made my own using the mounting hardware from the puig deflector. I use a f15 shield and cut it to fit. Dale






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    Dale, what is the black windscreen/fairing you have the deflector mounted to? I haven't seen that before.
    Mike

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    That is the Puig Touring screen in dark smoke
    Quote Originally Posted by Bug Dr. View Post
    Dale, what is the black windscreen/fairing you have the deflector mounted to? I haven't seen that before.
    Mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJ_Dan View Post
    That is the Puig Touring screen in dark smoke
    Yup, that's what it is. Just looks different because the stuff mounted on top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kjang View Post
    I put the puig deflector on my honda tall windshield. It fits nicely. The puig and honda tall is windshield are similar.
    I rode on the highway going about 50mph to 70mph.

    Conditions: hardly any wind (very nice day), sunny.
    Helmet: Arai XD4 medium size
    Height: 5'10"
    Inseam: 32"

    WITH OUT the deflector: I do get buffeting and alot of wind noise.
    WITH the deflector: smoother air. Slight to non buffeting. Can still hear wind noise but not bad.

    The deflector installed onto the honda tall windshield hit me about chin level or so.

    Your results may vary depending on inseam, windshield, angle of deflector.

    Summary, It helps my situation. It did not eliminate the wind noise, but made is better. Very slight to gone on the buffeting.

    Ken
    I just installed the screw mounted Puig deflector on my Honda touring windshield as a result of your experience and SergeantChuck's. I went with the screw mount to save a few bucks, and because I was pretty fed up with the Honda windshield anyway, so I felt like I had nothing to lose. I'm happy to report that things are considerably quieter with the Puig mounted as received, without any adjustment. My problem is that Puig didn't provide any instructions on how to adjust it. Does it just snap into a new position, or are tools required to adjust it? I don't want to do something stupid and break it! I tried to contact Puig via their web site, but haven't heard back yet.

    I'm curious about what position you ultimately decided on. I saw a YouTube video on the MRA, and it looked like it worked best when kept parallel to the windscreen.

    Dave

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